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I am 16 and since I''m a minor, I have to go to court for failure to control a vehicle

A:  Hard to saw, Juv court once it starts can look into almost anything it wants. They won''t look at cell records, to do so, your parents would have to sign to allow it, or thy would have to get a court order. ** you can''t give permission for legal records as a minor He can bring up the txting in court and you can say that you were txting right before you left the garage. I don''t know all the details on that though If the difference of time between that and calling the police is sufficient that may or may not help your case. I know when I got caught in mud I totalled a car. I had my brakes on but the mud was so slippery that nothing would stop it. You could also ask that the car be checked for any pre existing...

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Do I have to go to court Myself?

A:  uncle sam used to start his draft summons into military service with ,"greetings". we didn''t have a choise either. it''s your arraignment, "greetings". Call me a cynic, but my guess is that they''ve released you because they don''t want to pay for a police cruiser to haul you back over there. They''ve issued the summons so you''ll save them the trouble and get there yourself. I would guess you''re headed for jail or at least a hefty fine as soon as you appear. As for not being able to make the court date you could call and see if you can reschedule for a more convenient time. (say 9/21/2061? <grin>) No doubt the ones who are lawyers will have a comment....

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Do I have to go to court Myself?

A:  uncle sam used to start his draft summons into military service with ,"greetings". we didn''t have a choise either. it''s your arraignment, "greetings". Call me a cynic, but my guess is that they''ve released you because they don''t want to pay for a police cruiser to haul you back over there. They''ve issued the summons so you''ll save them the trouble and get there yourself. I would guess you''re headed for jail or at least a hefty fine as soon as you appear. As for not being able to make the court date you could call and see if you can reschedule for a more convenient time. (say 9/21/2061? <grin>) No doubt the ones who are lawyers will have a comment....

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going to court to try to obtain a occupation order

A:  I am not a lawyer and good for me for that. Your main point is that she has damaged your property. There should be two hearings. At the first you will give only your side. At the second, she may give hers. It should be easy to get a restraining order on this evidence, At the second you may need more to decide how the mortgage is handled....

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when can a child go to court and say they dont want to see their father

A:  You need to contact a family lawyer or your citizen''s advice bureau. You could google search for a legal aid family lawyer, it should give you numbers to call....

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How much and how old do you have to be to take driving school in massachusetts?

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Where does a real estate attorney work?

A:  It would be at a law firm. You''re going to be a real estate attorney, not a broker, so you would work in a law firm. real estate brokers work at a real estate brokerage. You could work at either place depending on what you want to do. The real estate brokerage firms (the larger ones such as the Corcoran Group) have in-house attorneys....

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What is a real estate attorney?

A:  A real estate attorney is a fully licensed attorney who has focused his or her practice on real estate law. real estate is the purchase, sale and transfer of land, buildings and homes. There are strict laws surrounding real estate transactions, and a lawyer is typically required for these types of transaction. There are four primary functions of real estate attorney: review agreements, prepare...

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If a person post bail is the money given back when they go to court?

A:  if it was a bond like 10% of the amount of bail no that''s a fee for the bonds men and secondly if its posted in full face value cash then yes you will get it back once its all over the kicker here is if he has a fine he will have to pay that first to or it will come out of your bail money. If you post bond for someone else, Beware. The money goes to the defendant, not the person who posted the bond. I found out the hard way about 20 years ago. Don''t let any person take advantage of you. If they pay the whole bail and not pay for it through a bail bonds person Yes, but after the whole case is finish....

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Divorced couple's signatures required to sell home?

A:  Originally posted by tricia3 What is the name of your state? California I am divorced. My ex-husband resides in the house and has just listed it for sale through a real estate agency. Our divorce decree states that if & when he sells the house, we are to split the equity. I signed a quit claim deed in 1999 (my share is for 15 years of equity), and I do realize I am not eligible to receive equity from that point to the present. I''m concerned that he will sell the home and never mention it to me. My question: Since we are both on the mortgage as the buyers, will my signature be required on the sale papers for him to be able to finalize any sale of the house? **A: no. * On the flip-side, if he can sell the house...